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good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. let's check the weather with lies sa argen. >> here's a live look at live doppler 7 where we're clear of rain but we widen the perspective and, check it out, several storm systems are lined up. first one coming in tonight is a 1 on our storm impact scale. it will be breezy at times but a few hints of sun. upper 40s to lower 50s. another mild afternoon with cloudy skies. 50 degrees on the peninsula and south bay and the evening, that's a different story. we will time-out on sunday,
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monday and tuesday and wednesday's rain coming up. >> lisa, thank you. developing news this morning. the ninth circuit court of appeals has denied a response by the justice department's ban of muslim country. the ban will remain on hold until at least tomorrow when legal responses are expected from the federal judge who blocked mr. trump's executive order and from the justice department which wants it restored. the justice department says the injunction immediately harms the public by thwarting enforcement of an executive order issued by the president, based on his national security judgment. lisa amin has more.
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>> reporter: the restraining order issued by a washington state fred d state judge and i think it's unlikely that they would reverse this order. it's unlikely that they would vacate the store. >> reporter: this professor says the emergency motion argued president trump has the power to regulate immigration and protect our borders. little insists that the current executive order is way too broad. >> we want to keep our bad guys and terrorists but you're keeping out more than that. you're keeping out people that have been vetted, et cetera. >> reporter: this 12-year-old is an example. she was born in yemen to a mother who recently became a u.s. citizen. that means yemen did not qualify as a u.s. citizen and has been living in yemen without her parents. she has her visa and is due to arrive at sfo on sunday. still, her attorneys are worried. >> if there were an emergency
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stay issued that stopped this temporary restraining order from being applied, then we would go back to having the executive order enforced and she could potentially be stranded again. >> reporter: the judges could make a decision at any time, but experts believe it likely will be early next week. in san francisco, lisa am amin gulezian, abc7 news. in florida, an estimated 3,000 protesters chanted against the now blocked executive order near the president's private mar-a-lago estate. president trump hosted a fund-raiser there last night for the international red cross. the protesters set up a flag that they say represents the death of democracy. president trump tweeted, "the judge opens up our country to potential terrorists and others that do not have our best interests at heart. bad people are very happy."
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for a second weekend, protesters turned out in san francisco to protest president trump's executive order. abc7 news reporter sergio cantana has the story. >> reporter: this event brings together a cross-section of people who share similar concerns. >> i am here to protest what trump is doing. >> we're the voice. we have to say something for anything to change. >> reporter: the feeling at this demonstration was notably different than the protest crowds we saw last weekend. on sunday, people flooded san francisco international airport and many aimed to shut down security lines to get their voices heard. this was not a rally aimed at shutting anything down or parading through the streets. it was one of dozens across the
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country that were organized as a demonstration of momentum to keep pressure on the administration. >> this is the second weekend of protests against president donald trump's executive order and speakers are encouraging people to do more than turn out at rallyings. >> organizing means talking to members of congress and trying to get them at all avenues, writing to them, showing up for the town hall meetings. >> reporter: it was a multicultural, multinational group. these two people are originally from iran and came here to protest against president trump. >> the way he's acting leading the country is going to which reminds me of back home. >> reporter: this event was peaceful. there were no counter protesters. members of the bay area's yemeni community joined that protest after first holding a mee meeting in san francisco. their message, don't keep us
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out. eric thomas has the details. >> reporter: dozens of yemeni immigrants packed the holiday inn to get the latest updates of the trump administration's travel ban and to discuss why they believe it's misguided. >> we are american citizens and protected this country. we will continue to protect this country. >> reporter: yemen is one of the seven countries included in the ban. monsour said he had been in contact with 75 americans trapped overseas this week. meantime, many of the folks at that meeting marched to the to tests at civic center plaza. this man's wife hoped to travel to the u.s. next week but after talking to his immigration order, he's not so sure. >> i talked to my attorney. i don't know when. >> reporter: despite the judge's order blocking the ban, this yemeni national is afraid to
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travel overseas. he's speaking through an interpreter. >> he's a green card holder so with the trump tragedy right now, holding people at airports, he's worried about being one of those guys. >> none of us have ever committed a crime. we are all law-abiding citizens. we pay our tax. we work hard. >> reporter: eric thomas, abc7 news. a family who visited iran for an engagement party will now be reunited after several members were delayed coming back to the bay area because of the travel ban. one relative arrived yesterday. the family doesn't know why he was held in custody despite being a green card holder. >> all of the security status steps we took. >> the family's confused, they're worried but thankful for the support here in the bay area. stay on top of all of the developments with the abc7 news
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app. download it for free and enable push alerts to get breaking news updates as they happen. president trump talked about another hot button issue when he sat down for the traditional presuper bowl interview and his remarks to fox's anchor bill o'reilly is causing controversy this morning. >> i say it's better to get along with russian than not. and if russia helps us in the fight against isis and islamic terrorism all over the world, that's a good thing. will i get along with him? i have no idea. >> it's very possible. >> putin's a killer. >> there's a lot of killers. we've got a lot of killers. what, you think our country is so innocent? >> critics say president trump is putting the united states on par with russia's vladimir putin who is accused of ordering the murders of dissodents. >> milo hopes to return within
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the next few months to give the speech he was prevented from delivering. campus republicans at cal invited him to speak last thursday but peaceful protests turned violent and then his appearance was canceled. a pair of alameda k-9s and their deputies are in houston to help keep people safe at super bowl li. this is a picture in front of the convention center. we thing them for their service. a lot of folks are going to be watching and going to super bowl parties, lisa. >> going in dry and coming out wet. that's the short-term answer. right now in san jose, 53 degrees. north bay, not so much. we are looking at the rain to start first in the north bay and everyone gets into a pretty rainy pattern tonight.
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yes, it will be short-lived. we'll talk about the stronger system behind it, next. also next, why a california republican lawmaker had to be escorted out of a contentious town hall meeting near sac
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welcome back, everyone. it's 9:13. thank you for joining us for
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abc7 mornings. this is a live look from our golden gate bridge camera. rain, rain and more rain in the forecast this week. lisa along shortly with a full accuweather forecast. an east bay family is asking for your help to find a missing man seen yesterday. the family of seng ching saeturn say the 73-year-old has dementia and is hearing impaired and anyone who tries to talk to him would have to speak very loudly. his family says he doesn't speak english. if you see him, contact oakland police. this is a crowd booing and chanting shame as republican lawmaker tom mcclintock was
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escorted out of a town hall after he took questions from the crowd asking about climate change, the president's immigration order and the affordable care act. his answers sometimes led to loud boos. security officials capped attendance at 200. outside, a smaller crowd. some upset that they could not get in. >> we were trying to educate ourselves and figure out how to get our message out and let people know we're worried. it's amazing how many people showed up. >> mcclintock says there was an anarchist element to the meeting. no one was arrested. some bay area public school teachers are urging senators to vote against president trump's choice for education secretary. yesterday, abc7 news was at the fairmont hotel in san jose where the message was loud and clear at a california's teacher
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conference. betsy devos will have her confirmation hearing tomorrow. critics say the charter school advocate is an out-of-touch billionaire. >> never having been to a public school, worked in a public school, didn't send her kids to a public school, she's used her wealth to undermine public schools. >> devos has support from the national alliance for public charter schools and from former florida governor jeb bush they believe she can help reform the education system. it's a rite of passage for many young boys. the district pinewood derby was held yesterday in santa clara. they build custom cars from a block of wood. this is the tenth year the race was held at the muslim community association. the scouts believe in respecting people of all faiths.
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>> we have a code to be reverent but don't define what that is to people so it's a great way to see people who live life differently and bring the whole community together. >> this boy had the fastest car. his secret? put a lot of graphite on the car. live doppler 7 right now is quiet and we'll see this get pretty active tonight with our first system. we're going to open the satellite picture here a little further and you know it's all the cloud cover offshore. several systems but the first is weak tonight and then the second one will sit over the bay area a little longer. lake tahoe in general until 10:00 on tuesday.
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heavy snow. one to two feet above 6,000 feet. temperatures in the upper 30s with cloudy skies and 2 to 4 feet, the highest peaks, once again, and in kirkwood, 7800 foot. at least five feet of snow. two feet for tahoe city. look at donner. out of control totals, once again. if you're planning ongoing to the mountains, it will be very, very dangerous. here's a live look outside. 54, half moon bay. 63 in san jose. good morning, oakland. a south wind is shaking the camera here from sutro. no advisories, but the winds kick up tonight accompanying that system that will arrive in the evening hours. temperatures also in the low 50s. for santa rosa, napa and concord, 48. it's been a remarkably wet season. with the breaks we've had in
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between storms, we're doing okay and that's going to be the scenario again this week. we have a light system today. mostly cloudy skies. it's arriving later and then the stronger system is really going to fall apart come tuesday. let's time it out for you. here's sunday morning. we have cloud cover, a passing shower in the north bay. 5:00, you can see the rain from the north bay beginning to sink south and by 7:00, we have the downpours from vallejo, redwood city, santa cruz mountains and then the showers taper off. some breaks that will continue to be widely scattered into your morning commute. you will have rain. it's not until later on in the afternoon that it picks up again. here's 11:00, still some showers and by monday night, 5:00, we have heavier rain. the first system, quarter of an inch to half an inch with lessor amounts in the south bay. let's pick this up monday night
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when the rain gets heavier. more widespread. taking you through tuesday morning into noontime, this looks pretty decent. yes, but then it falls apart through the afternoon. we're looking at numbers, upper 50s to low 6 0s. we'll have a rainy beginning to the week. rain each and every day and then by late tuesday, the system pushes to the north and we're looking forward to a dry next weekend. >> well, just a soggy week ahead. >> uh-huh. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, san francisco take as new step to get cars off the road. the official unveiling of the first street project of its kind. in honor of black history month, we're using our abc7 news bay area instagram feed to celebrate the people making a difference where you live. today, we recognize playwright robert o'hare ra at san francisco's bravo theater
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if your smartphone suddenly stops working, how can you prove it wasn't your fault? an east bay man said he was unfairly blamed when his brand-new phone died. he went to 7 on your side michael finney back in december
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at an ask finney event in walnut creek. >> if you start now -- >> reporter: it was a great night meeting so many viewers out in walnut creek, answering your questions in person. >> we decided to go see michael and let him know that we were having a problem. >> john was very frustrated. >> reporter: they came down to see me and brought their phone with them. his phone was barely 3 months old and wouldn't turn on. >> screen was pitch black. >> we had to send our phone in to samsung repair. >> reporter: that's not why john was so upset. it was the fact that samsung refused to repair it and sent it back saying that john was to blame. >> they said that was caused by my abuse. i said, what do you mean by my abuse? there's no way. >> reporter: they said the lcd was damaged because of abuse. >> oh, i was hot. i was hot.
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>> i was shocked, because i know he hadn't abused it. >> reporter: john protected it with a screen cover and hard case. he said he never dropped or cracked it. it looked pristine when he showed it to us in walnut creek. >> when they say, no, you did this, it's like a slap in the face. >> reporter: samsung said that its company found damage and it was determined to be caused by the customer and mailed it back without a good explanation. samsung repaired it for free, after all. samsung told us, "we know customer satisfaction is core to our business success. we are sorry to hear that he was not fully satisfied with his samsung experience." john is still sure he was not at fault but he's glad the phone works. >> awesome. michael, excellent job. >> reporter: samsung has a new policy as of last september. it suspended the mail service for out-of-warranty phones.
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i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. san francisco has unveiled one of its biggest park projects in city history. abc7 news was in san francisco at mclaren park yesterday. over the last two years, construction crews have transformed two lanes of an old roadway into a safer space for people. >> it will be a huge benefit for the community. people are now going to be able to walk on this street, ride their bike on this street, not have to worry as much about cars speeding by at 50, 60 miles an hour right in the middle of the park. >> the project also added raised crosswalks, new lighting and landscaping. still to come on abc7 mornings, surveillance photo shows a laptop exploding on a couch and what experts warn not
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to do so it doesn't happen to you. more than a year in planning and now we are just hours away from kickoff of super bowl
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welcome back, everyone. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. we're looking at upper 40s to low 50s with a little bit of fog out there. if we look outside at the golden gate bridge, you can see the winds kicking up ahead of the storm system. upper 50s to 60s and the rain arrives at 5:00 in the north bay. it will feature scattered showers with gusty winds. it will take us through your monday morning commute which also features showers.
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the heaviest rain is looking to be on tuesday. we'll talk about that, the week ahead and what you can expect in terms of amounts coming up. >> thanks, lisa. we are just six hours away from super bowl li. will tom brady be upstaged by matt ryan or will brady cement his legacy as one of the best quarterbacks in history and here is a preview of the big matchup. good morning, jeff. >> reporter: good morning to you, carolyn. so much activity going on around nrg stadium. there are hundreds if not thousands of fans already here. as you mentioned, we are still six hours away from kickoff. there are tailgaters sitting up over there and the city of houston has been planning this event for more than a year. i would say we are ready for some football.
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the fans -- >> falcons! >> reporter: -- the players, the excitement. a showdown in houston. patriots quarterback tom brady already has four championship rings. matt ryan is hoping to win the atlanta falcons their first. >> for sure, i'm confident in what i can do. >> reporter: brady is facing more than one opponent. the 39-year-old is still battling the ghosts of deflategate and roger goodell's four-game suspension at the beginning of the season. >> it was litigated, as you know, extensively. so we're moving on from that. >> the attention should be on this game. >> reporter: brady showed some emotion when talking to reporters. >> well, i think my dad is my hero because he's the one that i look up to every day. >> reporter: so far, both teams seem to be embracing the festive
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atmosphere. >> this is an opportunity of a lifetime. ever since i was a little kid, i wasn't -- you know, i didn't think i was going to go to the nfl. >> reporter: some even acting like fans themselves when asked about lady gaga's halftime show. the singer has been rehearsing for months. >> i want to keep as much of the show as a surprise as possible. >> reporter: also luke brian will sing the "national anthem" and former president george h.w. bush, recently released from the hospital, will do the ceremonial coin toss with wife barbara. it's hard to believe this is finally about to happen. more than a million people are here but only 70,000 fan also get to see super bowl 5'li live. i'm not one of them.
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>> jeff, i wonder, the scalpers have to be pretty busy right about now. what are you hearing about ticket prices? >> oh, yeah, they sure are. we saw a guy show up with a sign that says, need two tickets. the price if you want to sit at the 50 yard line, about $9,000 per ticket. don't worry, i've got you covered. if you want to sit at the top of nrg, $2,700. you hop on a plane to san francisco, get to houston in time for the game, you buy the tickets, i'll buy the beer. how about that. >> i probably have enough time but not enough money. thanks, jeff. see you later. lady gaga mentioned that she's trying to keep her show secret but we can tell you this about her halftime show. it will feature hundreds of lit-up drones. cnn reports the inclusion of unmanned aerial vehicles required clearance from the
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federal aviation administration which placed a ban on drones at or within 34 miles or so of the stadium but the no drone zone obviously does not apply to gaga. it will be the first time the super bowl halftime show has incorporated drones. and if you're heading out to a super bowl party, aaa is providing its free tipsy tow program. it's available to everyone even if you aren't a aaa member. call 1-800-aaa-help. service begins tonight and ends at 5:00 in the morning. the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco has denied the request to lift the restraining order on president trump's travel ban. a washington state judge issued that restraining order friday night and the president took to social media to respond and mocked the judge. he tweeted, "what is our country
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coming to when a judge can halt a homeland security travel ban and anyone, even with bad intentions, can come into the u.s.?" and he says the opinion of this so-called judge which takes law enforcement away from our country is ridiculous and will be overturned. he reiterated that at his florida estate. outside the estate, protesters chanted against and in favor of the president. california senator dianne feinstein is responding to the federal appeals' court refusal and appeared on fox news and senator feinstein says, "the executive order has caused tension between the three branches of government." >> this is done within the scope of executive power and the challenge to executive power i think can be made, is appropriate to be made when you
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think it's succeeded and people in terms of particularly the muslim ban aspect of this believes that the president's executive power has been exceeded. >> senator feinstein says she has no doubt this will go all the way to the supreme court to decide whether president trump has exceeded his authority. surprising video shows a laptop computer exploding into flames. security cameras at a home in thousand oaks in southern california show flames shooting out of a 4-year-old dell laptop plugged in and placed on a couch. it happened twice inside the home and then twice after it was unplugged and brought outside. >> i was just like in shock. i didn't know what was happening. i didn't really know what to do. >> the family says the fire appears to have come from the laptop's lithium ion battery. it was recalled in 2006 because
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of a risk of fire and is promising to investigate this case. never charge your laptop on a bed or couch. only on a hard surface. don't leave it plugged in when you go to sleep or leave for work. if you're taking b.a.r.t. today, expect delays of at least 15 to 20 minutes. crews are removing trees on an emergency basis and trains will be single tracking through san francisco. trains from dublin will have to be changed to get the daily city. the delays will be in effect until 4:30 this afternoon. still ahead on abc7 mornings, the new high-tech way to improve your smartphone's reception and how the city of san francisco is involved. and here's a live look from our sutro camera.
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really socked in this morning. rain on the way. li
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and watch it offline. only xfinity gives you more to stream to any screen. download the xfinity tv app today. good morning on this super bowl sunday. this is a live look at the east bay hills camera. somewhere in the 50s today. 59 in oakland and rain later on this evening. i've got all my facts and figures and miss argen will be along with a full accuweather forecast. dozens of people gathered and last night abc7 was at the wine event and our own ama daetz was there. it's a foodies fantasy with some
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of the top chefs dishing up goodies. there's wine and all of the money goes to the make-a-wish foundation. good deals there. and here is lisa talking about the start to a foggy february. >> that's true. we're going to see some breaks, though, and that's going to keep our indication still at a wet week but nothing out of contro.: temperatures in the 50s. high near 60s. a soggy first half of the week and second week is looking brighter. >> thank you, lisa. coming up, head coach steve kerr gets rejected in sacramento for the first time in his career. did it fire up the
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in sports, after all the hype, super bowl sunday is finally here. the patriots battle the falcons at nrg studio in houston. kickoff is at 3:30 this afternoon our time. the warriors are off until wednesday night. last night, the doves tried to beat the kings for the 14th straight time.
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here's shu with the highlights in sports. >> they are 0-2 for overtime games and last night there was a lot of drama. head coach steve kerr went ballistic and got tossed in the third quarter. there was a monster reverse donk and 32 points. steer kerr gets rejected after showing his frustration with the officiating and a few choice words for you lip readers. curry, three. clay thompson, three. right before the end of the third, steph, watch this, three. he's pumped. 82-82. alley-oop here puts the kings up seven. draymond hurts his knee. this game goes into overtime. six in the extra frame. are you kidding, in steph curry
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for the win and misses the lay-in. kings win it 109-106. and sharks wearing doves jerseys for warmup. third period, game tied at one, the tie is turned over. 2-1, sharks. game went to overtime. coyotes had a two-on-one. this game went to a shootout. coyotes score on their first two attempts. martin jones and then coyotes win it 3-2 in the shootout. last night at the nfl honors award, khalil mack wins defensive player of the year back in the 1980s. khalil had 73 tackles, forced
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five tumbles and an interception returned for a touchdown. meanwhile, matt ryan won his first mvp award but this is a bad sign for those picking the falcons. kurt warner was the last one to do both in 1999 for the rams. speaking of water, he's one of seven new members of the nfl hall of fame. the other six, terrell davis, jason taylor, anderson and cowboys owner jerry jones made it as a contributor. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann, have a great day. good sunday morning to you. nice a quiet. things are changing this evening. a 1 on the storm impact scale. a lot of cloud cover in the pacific but we're looking at the system behind it that will
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become entrenched over the bay area monday night through tuesday. we've increased the storm impact scale. lake tahoe, one to two feet through tuesday. two to four feet at the highest peaks and that would include kirkwood and donner and tahoe city. driving will become impossible here. you can see the fog on top of mt. tam. from our sutro tower camera, a cloudy afternoon. looks like the rain is still slated to come in this evening. the timing is still in tact for a rainy evening. 52 fairfield. south winds in advance of our system and quite gusty. cloudy skies.
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the rain arrives tonight and this rainy pattern that sets up later on on monday, tomorrow night into tuesday, that will bring the most rain we see all week. upwards of two inches with that system. so as we look at the day today, we're dry and for the most part a shower and then by 5:00, the rain is knocking on the door of the north bay. by 7:00, it continues right on through the evening hours. a few breaks. we'll still have showers into monday. that's a 1 on the storm impact scale. as we go through monday night, this is when the rain begins to pick up again. it's 4:00, 5:00, evening commute is a mess monday night. the amount of system ams to two-tenths around san jose. north bay, santa cruz mountains that could pick up an inch and then we added a up what is going to happen monday night into tuesday. that's when we're looking at totals of 2.5 inches to about 4
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inches and then 3.10. on tuesday, it's a 2 on the storm impact scale. after that, things do look brighter. 59 in oakland. 63 in san jose. the accuweather forecast, the rain tonight and leftover showers on monday on and off. the rain picks up monday night into tuesday and then stays with us all day and storm system shifts into the north, north bay, northern california come wednesday. last shot of rain on thursday. that break after tuesday will be welcomed and download our abc7 news app and you can track the rain in our neighborhood. >> yes, you need that app because you changed that tuesday to a 2. things are fluid. >> exactly. >> good idea to have it. thank you, lisa. just when you thought 4g was cool, at&t is already talking about plans for a 5g wireless
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network. as jonathan bloom explains, it's off in the distance but will make your smartphone faster today. >> we will offer 5g evolution service. >> reporter: 5g is a standard that doesn't exist yet but at&t will test it in austin and indianapolis by the end of the year. the goal, to handle more people and more devices without slowing down. >> we need more capacity asap. >> reporter: it's the same dilemma verizon experienced when a big sporting event came to the area. >> our name is going to be all over super bowl city. our network has to perform great. >> reporter: verizon's answer was small cells hidden atop san francisco's street lamps. at&t is using that same playbook. >> customers will feel immediately that the signal quality is much better. >> reporter: small cells are perfect for spots like this where you have hundreds of
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phones all on one block. but at&t has announced a solution for rural areas that, like this one, uses poles that are already there. >> this is a radical, new approach delivering multigigabyte speeds. >> they are calling it air gig. >> take this into areas where fiber may not be deployed and very expensive. >> reporter: instead of fiber, air gig gets its connection from airwaves, like what they use to scan your body at the airport and draws magnetic charging. it's still a few years out. >> we see this as a step towards the 5g. >> reporter: because for all of the data we use, we'll be online once cars drive themselves. >> what are you going to do with that time? >> reporter: in san francisco,
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even though the raiders aren't in the super bowl, oakland animal services is celebrating the team's winning season. adoption fees for all animals will be waived today. we encourage you to stop by if you're interested in adopting. open from noon to 5:00. let's get a final check on the forecast. >> we have cloudy skies and will stay cloudy throughout the day. a green and passing shower in sonoma county. upper 50s to low 60s. seven-day forecast, which is where it gets quite interesting, downpours and scattered showers monday night into tuesday, not only a wet day but some rain that will stick around and that's why there is a 2 on the storm impact scale. by wednesday, things brighten up
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and on thursday, north bay showers. so the end of the week is almost going to feel like spring. but we will be adding to the totals here, as much as 5 or 6 inches and upwards of over 3 inches in the north bay. so -- >> my goodness. >> yes. once again, here we go. >> you call it interesting. i call it soggy. that's going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on abc7 mornings. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the nba countdown begins in 30 minutes followed by the l.a. clippers facing the boston celtics. tipoff is at 11:00. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. get updates on facebook and instagram. have a great sunday, everyone. have a great week ahead.
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